Category Archives: IACP

Check Out the New Policy Center Documents

When was the last time you reviewed your standards of conduct policy? The IACP Policy Center is pleased to offer new documents on Investigating Sexual Assaults, and Standards of Conduct.* Investigating Sexual Assaults – the updated documents on this topic … Continue reading

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IACP Names Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for Europe

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nóirín O’Sullivan, former Commissioner of An Garda Síochána, the Republic of Ireland’s police force, as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for Europe. The Director of … Continue reading

Posted in Breaking News, Global Policing, IACP, Jobs, Leadership, Membership, Press Release

Statement of IACP President Donald W. De Lucca on Weekend’s Deadly Attacks

Yet again, this weekend brought devastation, tragedy, and fear to our communities. Our deepest sympathies are with the victims, their families, and the communities of Marseille, France; Edmonton, Canada; and Las Vegas, United States. Whether a knife, vehicle, or gun, … Continue reading

Posted in Breaking News, Crime and Violence, IACP, Leadership, Mass Casualty Attacks, Terrorism

Meet the Leadership Blog Series: Beginning their Law Enforcement Careers at a Young Age

Name: John Letteney Title: Chief of Police Agency: Apex, North Carolina, Police Department Year Joined the IACP: 2005 Reason for Going into Law Enforcement: I was drawn to the profession through my experience as a Law Enforcement Explorer and learned … Continue reading

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Meet the Leadership Blog Series: Becoming more involved in IACP

The IACP Board of Directors is comprised of the IACP Executive Board as well as 33 law enforcement leaders appointed by the IACP President. The members of the Board of Directors represent agencies large and small around the globe and … Continue reading

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Benefits of LPO: Moving Beyond Boundaries (Professionally and Geographically)

Guest Blogger: David G. Benner, IACP Master LPO Instructor Traveling is one of the great joys in my life. Having the opportunity to go places and see the things that postcards are made of can be highly gratifying. Meeting people of … Continue reading

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Meet the Leadership Blog Series: Going into Law Enforcement to Serve the Community

The IACP Board of Directors is comprised of the IACP Executive Board as well as 33 law enforcement leaders appointed by the IACP President. The members of the Board of Directors represent agencies large and small around the globe and … Continue reading

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On the Front Lines: The Dedication of Law Enforcement in the Face of Natural Disasters

IACP President Donald W. De Lucca, Chief of Police, Doral, Florida, Police Department As my department and departments throughout the region prepare for the approach of Hurricane Irma, I wanted to take a moment to express my admiration and gratitude … Continue reading

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New Documents Available from the IACP Policy Center

New documents on Confidential Informants, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and Law Enforcement-Researcher Collaborative Partnerships are now available to IACP Members! Confidential Informants* – confidential informants (CIs) can be valuable sources of information in criminal investigations. However, in order to manage … Continue reading

Posted in IACP, Investigations, Mental Health, Partnerships

U.S. President Trump Issues Order Restoring Unrestricted Law Enforcement Access to Surplus Equipment

Since 1997 the surplus military property acquisition program (1033) has assisted law enforcement agencies in acquiring unused and excess surplus military equipment.  The Executive Order issued by President Trump today ensures that law enforcement agencies will have access to these … Continue reading

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